Ethics of Social Networking in the Workplace (3 ethics CEs) in Philadelphia
Ethics of Social Networking in the Workplace
Thursday, November 14, 2013
3 Ethics CEs
registration 5:30 pm
program 6 - 9 pm
Attendees will be given a pre-workshop questionnaire to complete upon arrival to the event. In this questionnaire, attendees will be asked to provide a scenario in which they experienced an ethical dilemma in relation to clients and the use of technology in the work place.
Part A – Know Your Rights – A Survey of Employment Laws – Learn the protections found in employments laws, including: ADA, ADEA, NLRA, FLSA, COBRA, ERISA, WARN, etc. Who is protected, what rights are guaranteed, how are they enforced?
Part B – Skeletons In Cyberspace – An interactive program where the audience gets to vote on whether the web postings should or should not get the employee fired. Actual web postings will be used. Examples will include bullying in the workplace, EEO violations, harassment problems, inappropriate acts and photos/videos, and competitive products and services. Essentially, this will be an entertaining "what not to do” program.
Attendees will participate in a post-workshop discussion of how the employment laws affect their clinical work with other colleagues and with clients. Attendees will use the information obtained in the workshop to discuss the best legal and ethical responses to the dilemmas that they have experienced with clients and the use of technology.
Cost is FREE for members
$15 for Nonmember
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